It is in perfectly respectful language and is of crucial importance. I'd be happy to reproduce it here and get more opinions.
The deleted answer can be read here. (for those who can see it)
The post deleted was not a question it is an answer. The post which was deleted by community which means flagged by users as abusive. The post was not in a perfectly respectful language.
The words used are against Vaishnavites and the followers of Hare Krishna movement i.e., Gaudiya Vaishnavites .
All Hindu sects except Vaishnavites have long given up medieval sectarian hostilities. It is only Vaishnavites whose core ideology is the denigration of the Gods of other Hindu sects that are the problem. the problem has become particularly virulent now that Gaudiyas have taught Siva-hatred to westerners through the Hare Krishna movement. The Vaishnavite + Hare Krishna combination is a deadly threat to Hinduism and it has to be dealt with head-on.
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This passage alienates the users of Vaishnavism or offensive for the users who follow that post. Calling them a deadly threat to Hinduism is definitely offensive.
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So, please be nice to all the users on the site whether they are of any sect.